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  1. Senate Russia hearing could offer clues to investigation

    Gantdaily.com - Pennsylvania (PA) 03.30 / 10:44 gantdaily.com
    The Senate intelligence committee has run a steady and low-key investigation into Russia’s interference in the US elections and communications with the campaign of President Donald Trump, but Thursday marks the panel’s first public hearing, which could offer some insights into where senators are thinking in private. There’s little chance that Thursday’s hearing will be…
  2. Liberals are losing their minds over Trump and Russia

    Theweek.com - Politics 03.30 / 10:35 theweek.com
    An awful lot of American liberals have become rather possessed by the possibility that President Trump is somehow in league with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The circumstantial evidence that there is some sort of connection is rather strong — Putin very probably helped Trump win in 2016, some Trump associates have a rat's nest of connections with Russia, and Trump himself has been relying on financing from Eastern Europe for many years. But definitive proof has yet to surface. So in t…
  3. Senate intelligence leaders pledge bipartisan Russia election probe

    Bangordailynews.com - Maine 03.30 / 10:35 bangordailynews.com
    The Republican chairman of the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee on Wednesday promised a thorough investigation into any direct links between Russia and Donald Trump during his successful 2016 run for the White…
  4. Senate Russia hearing could offer clues to investigation

    CNN - Politics 03.30 / 10:31 cnn.com
    The Senate intelligence committee has run a steady and low-key investigation into Russia's interference in the US elections and communications with the campaign of President Donald Trump, but Thursday marks the panel's first public hearing, which could offer some insights into where senators are thinking in…
  5. Hilton Saint Petersburg ExpoForum Is Now Open For Business In Russia

    Travelerstoday.com - Travel 03.30 / 10:18 travelerstoday.com
    A new addition to the ExpoForum Complex in St. Petersburg is a luxury hotel by…
  6. Obama-Clinton uranium scandal w/Russia exposed?

    Onenewsnow.com - Religion 03.30 / 09:51 onenewsnow.com
    While then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton decided whether to allow the sale of a company holding 20 percent of America’s uranium capacity to the Russian government, tens of millions of uranium investor dollars were received by the Clinton Foundation – not to mention a $500,000 speaking fee received by Bill Clinton from a Kremlin-affiliated ban…
  7. Amid US' Afghanistan uncertainty, Russia resurrects interest

    Cbs8.com - Politics 03.30 / 09:36 cbs8.com
    As America's 16-year war in Afghanistan drags on, Russia is resurrecting its own interest in the "graveyard of…
  8. CEE: Russia At A Discount

    Seeking Alpha - ETF 03.30 / 09:29 seekingalpha.com
    In our last article, "Investing In Russia, A Quick Guide," we discussed the fundamental reasons for investing in Russia and outlined 10 investments that allow you to do so. As promised, I wanted to take a deeper dive into a few of the funds that we highlighted, starting with the Central Europe, Russia & Turkey Fund (CEE). Being a closed-end fund, CEE trades at a discount, and as an investor who loves things on sale, this fund was a natural starting point. The Sales Pitch (For The Fund &…
  9. Donald Trump Jr. Blocked Me On Twitter For Mentioning ‘Russia’

    Ir.net - Politics 03.30 / 09:12 ir.net
    Twitter… a revolution in communication.  If you sit back and really think about it, a single tweet can change the world, send shivers down one’s... The post Donald Trump Jr. Blocked Me On Twitter For Mentioning ‘Russia’ appeared first on IR.net - Independent …
  10. Foundation to assist Palmyra restoration to be set up in Russia

    Sott.net - World 03.30 / 09:04 sott.net
    As Syrian Palmyra lies in ruins after liberation from Daesh extremists, a foundation to bring together construction, restoration and financing organizations to accelerate the reconstruction of the ancient city is planned to be established in Russia. A foundation to bring together various interested organizations and to help collect the funds required to restore the Syrian city of Palmyra will be established in Russia, Mikhail Piotrovsky, the director of the Russian State Hermitage Museum,…
  11. People in the embattled House Intel chair's California district are cutting him some slack amid Trump-Russia turmoil

    House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes, the Republican leader of a bipartisan congressional investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election, has himself become the story over the last…
  12. People in the embattled House Intel chair's California district are cutting him some slack amid Trump-Russia turmoil

    House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes, the Republican leader of a bipartisan congressional investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election, has himself become the story over the last…
  13. Amid US' Afghanistan uncertainty, Russia resurrects interest

    Standard.net - Utah (UT) 03.30 / 09:00 standard.net
    WASHINGTON (AP) — As America’s 16-year war in Afghanistan drags on, Russia is resurrecting its own interest in the “graveyard of empires.” The jockeying includes engaging the Taliban and leading a new diplomatic effort to tackle Afghanistan’s future, all while Washington leaves the world guessing on its strategy for ending the conflict…
  14. Amid US' Afghanistan uncertainty, Russia resurrects interest

    SFgate.com-Politics 03.30 / 08:24 sfgate.com
    The jockeying includes engaging the Taliban and leading a new diplomatic effort to tackle Afghanistan's future, all while Washington leaves the world guessing on its strategy for ending the conflict. The perception has intensified overseas as President Donald Trump formulates new policy. Since taking office, he has scarcely mentioned Afghanistan, the U.S. military's largest deployment in a war zone. Russia says contacts are limited to safeguarding security and getting the hardline…
  15. Amid surging US shale, Russia is quietly cutting production and looking at the bigger picture

    CNBC - Europe 03.30 / 08:22 cnbc.com
    Russia plans to fulfill its obligations to cut oil output in line with the agreement between oil producing countries by the end of…
  16. Russia, China adopt sanctions on N. Korea‘s flight services: ministry

    Koreaherald.com - South Korea 03.30 / 08:13 koreaherald.com
    Russia and China have recently adopted punitive measures affecting North Korea's aviation industry in a bid to mount pressure on the regime following its series of military provocations, the foreign ministry here said Thursday."Last May, the European Union banned North Korean airplanes or airplanes that depart from North Korea from landing on the territory of or flying in the airspace of the EU member countries," Cho June-hyuck, spokesman at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said in a press…
  17. Senate Panel to Follow Russia Probe 'Wherever Intelligence Leads It'

    Globalsecurity.org - Technology 03.30 / 08:02 globalsecurity.org
    On the eve of closely watched public hearings, the Republican chairman and top Democrat on the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee pledged an exhaustive and impartial probe of Russian meddling in last year's election and any possible collusion by President Donald Trump's inner…
  18. Amid US' Afghanistan uncertainty, Russia resurrects interest

    Wbt.com - Politics 03.30 / 07:57 wbt.com
    WASHINGTON (AP) -- As America's 16-year war in Afghanistan drags on, Russia is resurrecting its own interest in the "graveyard of empires." The jockeying includes engaging the Taliban and leading a new diplomatic effort to tackle Afghanistan's future, all while Washington leaves the world guessing on its strategy for ending the conflict. The post Amid US' Afghanistan uncertainty, Russia resurrects interest appeared first on News 1110 99.3…
  19. Amid US’ Afghanistan uncertainty, Russia resurrects interest

    Newdelhitimes.com - World 03.30 / 07:49 newdelhitimes.com
    As America’s 16-year war in Afghanistan drags on, Russia is resurrecting its own interest in the “graveyard of empires.” The jockeying includes engaging the Taliban and leading a new diplomatic effort to tackle Afghanistan’s future, all while Washington leaves the world guessing on its strategy for ending the conflict. Uncertain of Moscow’s intentions, the Trump…
  20. In Hungary and Russia, Western-style universities are under threat

    The president of Central European University has vowed to fight proposed legislation that imperils the university’s future operations in Hungary. The new threat to the George Soros-founded, U.S.-accredited university in Budapest comes at the same time that the European University at St. Petersburg, in Russia, is fighting an arbitration court’s decision to revoke its license. “We’re on the front line on an important battle for academic freedom that is now…